More talks in the program:
14:45 - 15:30
It’s time to get on board with reading and understanding reactive code because:
- The latest releases of our favorite frameworks are embracing reactive programming
- Asynchronous APIs are gaining in popularity, and not just on the front-end side
- A cohesive stack is reactive all the way from the database to the UI
Unfortunately, it may be a challenge to adapt your mindset to asynchronous database access after years of writing synchronous, blocking code. This talk discusses the reasons reactive programming is a great fit for database access and presents a list of common access patterns to read or write data, and to succeed, fail, or retry requests to the database.